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8 months postpartum. On lovenox. Have pylori bacteria. Taking prevpac. Started lower back and stomach pain. Liver or bladder issue?

I m 8 months post-pardum and was on lovenox while pregnant for heterozygous factor v. I also had a c-section. Just found out I have the pylori bacteria and have been taking the prevpac for a week. I just started having some pain in the Lower left side of my back near the waist . Is this related to my meds? Could it be a liver or bladder issue or something? I
Asked On : Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern and the given history is not suggestive of any gall bladder or liver problem you are on right kind of treatment so the problem for that you are taking the medicine are not related with your pain of lower left side of back this could be nonspecific type of pain and this could be possibly happened due to the poor posture, and no need to worry about this, take care and have a nice day.
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